No doubt we will have plenty of winter storms this season. Winter Storm Boreas will probably rank as one of the most widespread of them all. What makes this significant is because it is so early to have a storm of this magnitude.
Global Freezing believes this could be pointing to a long, bitter cold winter. PREDICTION: Many record cold temperatures throughout the United States and the world. So many that global warmers increase their ridiculous claim that “Colder temperatures are a result of climate change.”
Winter Storm Boreas Facts
Winter Storm Boreas affected over 30 states. The winter storm wound down in South Eastern Canada causing a tornado in Toronto. At least 14 people died as a result of Boreas and many more received injuries.
Several deaths occured from trees in differing ways. A tree fell on a parked car with a woman inside, a man drove into a fallen tree and power lines brought down by fallen trees also had a tragic ending.
Ice storm warnings are common in the northern states but Lubbock, Texas received one. Other southern states with dangerous ice conditions were Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina, Kansas and Missouri.
Winter Storm Boreas Snow
The Winter Storm Boreas snow totals for several cities:
- Abajo Peak, Utah – 41 inches
Red River, New Mexico – 15.5 inches
Vinson, Oklahoma – 13 inches
Cherry Tree, Pennsylvania – 12 inches
Wrightwood, California – 12 inches
Grand Canyon, Arizona – 11.5 inches
Flagstaff, Arizona – 11.4 inches
Columbiana, Ohio – 10 inches
Wellington, Texas – 10 inches
Beech Mountain, North Carolina – 7 inches
As the cities and states attest to, Boreas was no turkey when it comes to winter storms. Flagstaff, Arizona’s average snowfall for the entire month of November is 9.6 inches. Winter Storm Boreas gave them 11.4 inches.
The cold temperatures, wind storms, snow storms and ice storms that were part of the over 2 million square mile storm Boreas is now history. And that history is hard for global warmers to swallow – whether it be turkey or ham.